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Nice way to finish at HOD. [Smile]

Has anyone thought of maybe closing this thread and starting a new one? JAS.

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Just opened up my first Rush.

First impression is very good.
I'm not a big soda drinker. I mostly only drink water. And sometimes Iced Tea.
But this stuff does taste nice.
If it was available locally, I'd buy it a lot more often.

I took a few sips of the e-water earlier too. It reminds me of a very mild 'Propel' fitness water, in that it has a very faint taste that you don't notice till after you swallow it. Interesting.
Not bad at all.
But the Rush soda is much better, IMO. It's hard for me to distinguish between waters on taste alone.
But the Rush is very tasty.

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I am currently drinking my first rush cola. The first sip was a bit different. But now after being done with half the bottle, its pretty good actually.


Now I wanna get the other products and try them out.


I'll give e-water a try a little bit later on to see what thats like.

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Patient Longs will be happy IMO.......

Very few pennies have smooth rides up....RSHN is no exception.....

thats why most people never realize the big payday...its very hard to hold from .0006 to .03+, when the stock is bucking up and down like a wild horse..........most never make it

Question to RSHN Longs....will you make it???

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I'm planning on staying in this thing long term.


Will probably sell half my shares when it reaches somewhere between .01 and .02


Then the rest I will just ride all the way up to the big house.

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quote:
Originally posted by JimSC:
Now RSHN is swinging her way to 0.01,
0.02, and higher levels. I know it's
gonna happen because the MMs are happy
with those cheap shares -- thanks to that
MySpace PR!

JimSC, I also believe they used that poor pr as the catalyst for the big shake that was most likely going to happen eventually. A 50+% retracement after a huge run is not out of the ordinary. Today's result should make RSHN look very tempting to those on the sidelines. Even back to .0070 from here is +46%.
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The RUSH we're playing with here is a different RUSH. Our RUSH does not have caffeine. That's one of it's main selling points.


quote:
Rush Energy
Claims: Enhances performance, improves concentration, increases endurance, stimulates metabolism, boosts reaction speed.
Sweet scale: 9
Medicine flavor: 2 Tastes like Mt. Dew.
Color: Mt. Dew.
Active ingredients: D-Glucuronolactone, Vitamine C, Choline, Calcium Pantothenate, Inisotol, Caffeine, Taurine, Nicotinamide, Pyridoxine HCL, Cyanocobalamine

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Originally posted by LARSON:
http://www.thesteamboatlocal.com/arch/rec/hl/edrinks1_hl.php


JUST FOUND THIS ON A GOOGLE SEARCH.
INDIE LOCAL PAPER FROM STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO.

L.


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quote:
Originally posted by LARSON:larson, i don't think the article talk about Rush product.
I did email the CO yesterday about some Rush drinks on shells in Kroger and the CO response was, that 'this is not Rush product, but product, whom previous Rush owner granted use of trademark name (Rush)'.
http://www.thesteamboatlocal.com/arch/rec/hl/edrinks1_hl.php


JUST FOUND THIS ON A GOOGLE SEARCH.
INDIE LOCAL PAPER FROM STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO.

L.


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Nice bounce


http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=RSHN&p=D&yr=0&mn=1&dy=0&id=p60797259375

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quote:
Originally posted by edgewise:
Of course, now is when Scottrade decides to approve my margin agreement.
I coulda used that ability a couple of days ago when this thing was falling. Coulda sold up in the 60s like I was gonna.
But whatever.
At least now I know I'm in, and I didn't risk missing the rocket launch that is on the horizon.

And now, if it starts doing those swings like it had done before, I can flip daily, woo-hoo!

lol.
anyways.
good times.

Edgewise, I also have a Scottrade account and was wondering if I should consider getting a margin as well.....can you tell me the benefits, and what do you need to do to qualify because I noticed you wrote that they had to approve you, and is there extra costs involved?

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To had a margin account,with Scottrade, you need $25000 In your account and you can't trade stocks under $4 a share..That is a bummer..
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Great day All! I rode this thing to a penny before and will ride it there again! Thats right folks, I said its going past a penny! {in time. [Smile] } Just wish I had money to buy a bunch more yesterday, unfortunately, I never sold my shares and flipped like many.....but in the end, I know this RUSH will be a happy one. Happy Days are here Again!!
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Anyone who wants to make the attempt to get Rush products into your favorite stores in the West, I received this list of distributors and product numbers from Tom that you can give your local store owner/manager so they can order it for you.

Item numbers for the West Coast Distributors:

UNFI Rocklin, CA ph: 800-679-8735

24029 Ginseng Rush 24 pack
20598 Ginseng Rush XXX 24 pack
20599 Ginseng Rush XXX 4 pack
20597 Ginseng Rush 4 pack

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Nature's Best ph: 714-441-2378

301-390 four pack Ginseng Rush
303-628 four pack Ginseng Rush XXX

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Tree of Life in So Cal. ph: 323-722-2100

38285 Ginseng Rush Loose-Pak only

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Those drinking the Rush soda line are going to get addicted. The more you drink the more it will make you buy more shares. [Smile] I know I did.

Just a thought... we tried to break .01 before but was held down. The ".01" milemarker is supposedly a whole new playing field mentally and strategically and the MM's weren't ready to go beyond that. I can only assume now that the MM's were collecting enough shares to carry us past that magic ".01".

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Where's McShooter?
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quote:
Originally posted by casper:
To had a margin account,with Scottrade, you need $25000 In your account and you can't trade stocks under $4 a share..That is a bummer..

Sorry casper, you're wrong. You're thinking about having a Day Trading account.
Believe me, I'm far from the $25,000 level needed for that.
You only need $2,000 overall value in your account to get approved for a margin account.

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Holding Long and Strong!!!

500 into 100K...You Gotta' Believe!!!

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quote:
Originally posted by edgewise:
quote:
Originally posted by casper:
To had a margin account,with Scottrade, you need $25000 In your account and you can't trade stocks under $4 a share..That is a bummer..

Sorry casper, you're wrong. You're thinking about having a Day Trading account.
Believe me, I'm far from the $25,000 level needed for that.
You only need $2,000 overall value in your account to get approved for a margin account.

$25,000 allows you to be Elite or NasdaQ Totalview Status. At that point, you can let the Free Rides Subside!!!

Longs Holding Strong and Getting Stronger!!!

500 into 100K...You Gotta' Believe!!!

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500 into 100K!!!!!!!!!! Only in America!!

quote:
Originally posted by McShooter:
Holding Long and Strong!!!

500 into 100K...You Gotta' Believe!!!


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quote:
Originally posted by kilikili:
Found this on another board but worth the read.

The Bandwagon Theory:
A Glimpse At How The Market Really Works

(exerpt from Tools & Tactics For The MASTER DAYTRADER
by Oliver Velez and Greg Capra) - some of the best reading you'll ever do!

Imagine a bandwagon that is rolling forward at a quickened pace. Music that is very pleasing to the ear is being played from speakers from each side of this bandwagon, and a few people on the back of the wagon are partying, having the time of their lives.

The music, loud and clear, starts to attract many other onlookers that happen to be idly standing on the sidelines. These onlookers, unable to resist the sweet sounds being played, run to join the party that seems to be going on.

Progressively, more and more onlookers jump on the back of this bandwagon, and those few who were enjoying the first phase of the party begin to leave.

As the crowd of the new party animals on this bandwagon grows larger, the bandwagon finds it harder and harder to move forward at the same pace. It slows, enabling more and more late onlookers, witnessing the great fun, the chance to jump on.

The crowd grows even larger. Larger and larger the crowd grows, until the bandwagon, heavily laden with bodies of drunken party animals, can no longer move forward.

It finally comes to a complete stop.

Now that the bandwagon is at a complete standstill, more people jump on. And why not? At this point, joining the party is easy. Absolutely no work is required, for individuals wanting to join the crowd no longer have to run to jump on board.

But the nature of the bandwagon is to move forward. It's motionless state is unnatural, and therefore cannot last. It tries to move forward but can't.

The crowd piled on back is too large. It must free itself of the heavy burden. And it does.

It quickly shifts itself into reverse, and jolts backwards, knocking a few of the party animals off the back.

The music stops.

Puzzled faces from the crowd begin to emerge. Before anyone figures out what's going on, another backwards jerk takes place, only this one is move violent. Another large group of people get thrown off the back.

Now reality sets in.

The FUN has turned into a NIGHTMARE of EPIC proportions, and panic begins to run rampant. Some decide to jump off to their deaths. Another thrust backwards sends an even larger group of drunken, offbalance people, hurling to the muddy ground.

It doesn't stop.

The jolts backward continue, each successive one more violent than the last. At this point, only a few die-hard dwellers are holding on, their very lives hanging in the balance by a very thin thread.

Failing to be completely free, the bandwagon angrily puts the pedal to the metal, and this final thrust backward is so vicious that it's front wheels lift high off the ground, momentarily suspending the wagon in a perpendicular position.

The last of the hangers-on crash to the ground, broken and maimed to no end.

At this point, a new group of onlookers emerge from the nearby woods. They are clean and serene. Each move they make is deliberate and powerfully energetic, for they did not take part in the tragedy that just transpired. Or did they?

A few of the dejected souls lying on the ground take a closer look, a look that reveals something very interesting.

This seemingly new group is not new at all. It is the same group that was seen quietly exiting the party before it came to it's violent end.

An even closer examination by a few more beaten-down onlookers reveals something even more stunning.

This group not only exited the party early, they were the originators of it!

"My God," someone exclaims. Paralyzed, and unable to move freely, all these dejected souls can do is watch, as the masters of the game go back to work, again

No sooner does this bandwagon's wheels hit the ground, than this professional platoon bolts for the wagon. In a flash they are onboard. Easy

The bandwagon, now free of the larger crowd, can move forward freely and gracefully, comfortably carrying the more astute group with it.

It's pace quickens, and before long a smooth elegant stride is in place. After a few more miles of uninterrupted movement, someone from the masterful group flips on a switch, and suddenly the loud sound of entertaining music starts up again.

Someone yells, "OK everyone. Here they come. Let's do it again."

Within moments, those who were the former victims of the backward crash become interested again. The music almost calling them from the grave.

And once more the never ending cycle repeats.

(the hidden wisdom embedded in these metaphors, will allow you to claim a higher level of understanding and mastery at the game of the market).

A great read for all!!!

Longs Holding Strong and Getting Stronger!!!

500 into 100K...You Gotta' believe!!!

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quote:
Originally posted by Wit:
quote:
Originally posted by edgewise:
Of course, now is when Scottrade decides to approve my margin agreement.
I coulda used that ability a couple of days ago when this thing was falling. Coulda sold up in the 60s like I was gonna.
But whatever.
At least now I know I'm in, and I didn't risk missing the rocket launch that is on the horizon.

And now, if it starts doing those swings like it had done before, I can flip daily, woo-hoo!

lol.
anyways.
good times.

Edgewise, I also have a Scottrade account and was wondering if I should consider getting a margin as well.....can you tell me the benefits, and what do you need to do to qualify because I noticed you wrote that they had to approve you, and is there extra costs involved?
First off, no, there's no extra costs. You just have to submit a written agreement and wait for them to authorize it. I faxed it in last Thursday, and today it looks like the margin feature's been added.
Also, the only requirement for a margin account is that you have at least $2,000 of value in your account.


Basically, all you need to know is that with a margin account, you don't have to bother with the 3-day waiting period for your funds to settle.
With a basic cash account, you can't sell a stock that you had purchased with unsettled funds. But with a margin account, you can buy one day, sell the next, buy again that day, sell the next, and so on, and you won't have to deal with the problem of funds having to settle first.

This comes into play a lot with these pennies, because you kinda always want to be playing, and for short spurts, and if you have to wait for the funds to settle every time you sell and then buy into a stock, then you end up getting stuck most of the time in a stock as it's going down.
That's exactly what happened to me over the past few days. I had used unsettled funds to get in RSHN at .0066 on Thursday, and since I didn't have my margin account set up yet, I had to take the fall as the stock crumpled down to .003x, and I couldn't sell.
But with margin, you can sell pretty much freely without the wait.


Some other things about margin:
The main feature that normal people (on big board stocks) use margin for is to buy 'on credit', meaning that you buy a stock with a certain percentage of your own funds that are 'on loan' to you from your broker.
However, brokers don't allow you to use borrowed funds on pennies (you know, they're scared of the risk)...

Also, even though with a margin account, you don't have to wait for funds to settle, you still can't actively Day-Trade.
You can only have 3 round-trips (buy in and sell the same day) within a 5 business day period.
If you do more than that, you'll get labeled as a "Pattern Day Trader" and then you'd have to maintain an account value of at least $25,000 and also be able to prove that you have regular income as well (ChoiceTrade requires that you have something like $30k liquid net-worth).

Hope this helps, and if you have any other questions, let me know.

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The RB site has been rife with this talk for a while. You do NOT sell a company in its infancy. You build it up, get lots of billings and the really make someone pay out the wazoo for it. Especially if this is YOUR baby. You will not give it up easily. That would be a really chicken move to sell out at this point.

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Either Corr realized he can't make his dream come true.....

"OR"

Someone has offered him a deal he can't refuse!!!

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Just thought of something.....

"IF" a company were to buy out the RUSH beverage company and/or it's products from Corr, what would happen to the share holders of RushNet Inc???

Seems like a buyout would be a very bad thing for the share holders of RSHN???

Is my thinking correct??? Can anyone explain that???

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Thanks for explaining that Edgewise, it was very helpful. [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by E-Z:
Just thought of something.....

"IF" a company were to buy out the RUSH beverage company and/or it's products from Corr, what would happen to the share holders of RushNet Inc???

Seems like a buyout would be a very bad thing for the share holders of RSHN???

Is my thinking correct??? Can anyone explain that???

I believe that RushNet has at least some sort of tie to Rush Beverage Company that would make it nescessary for whoever would buyout Rush Beverage to give some substantial financial benefit to RushNet for taking away its main source of income.
However, I doubt that Corr would sell Rush Beverage Company. It is much more likely that Corr could possibly sell the marketing rights and royalties that RushNet holds to a more major company, if the price is right.

Remember, Rush Beverage is Corr's private baby, and I doubt he'd give that up. But I'd be willing to admit that 'buying out' RushNet's power/control over distribution and such could be a possibility... but not for awhile. This is still way too early in the game.

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wait edgewise I thought u cant use margin moneies in order to purchase penny stocks? at least i think you cant with Ameritrade? can anyone verify?
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I can use margin on pennies with Choicetrade, a stock is a stock. HOWEVER I never use money I dont have, I just pull out from MARGIN and not from CASH. I never borrow though to buy stocks.

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quote:
Originally posted by AgentGPF:
I can use margin on pennies with Choicetrade, a stock is a stock. HOWEVER I never use money I dont have, I just pull out from MARGIN and not from CASH. I never borrow though to buy stocks.

Are you sure you can actually purchase the pennies with the Marginal funds they say you have available?
From what I've noticed, you can't spend more than you have in available Cash on pennies (at least, the sub-pennies).

Example:
Even though my account says I have $1000 in 'Funds available for Cash Trades', and $2000 in 'Funds available for Margin Trades', I can't purchase any more than $1000 worth of penny stocks.

But, I still use 'Margin' as the source of funds for all the trades I make.

At least, that's how I've encountered things so far.

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Just a question... does anyone know why Rush was discontinued in late 2001?...

Just wondering... I was reading some stuff on some beverage providers website and happened to brush by that... interesting...

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quote:
Originally posted by adlai:
Just a question... does anyone know why Rush was discontinued in late 2001?...

Just wondering... I was reading some stuff on some beverage providers website and happened to brush by that... interesting...

Adlai_

I think I read somewhere that they had trouble getting the ingredients at that time, and thus had to stop production until thier sources came back.

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hey edge... my email is adlai_*hotmail.com...
shoot me an email could ya... I just need to ask you a question that I'm concerned to post on the boards... I promise I won't stalk you... for some reason I can't send private messages...

Adlai_

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Hey edge, do you have the UPC's on those soda's you ordered? They should be on the bottles.
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I would be shocked if they sold out at this point. Selling your baby? Just doesn't seem right.

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quote:
Originally posted by adlai:
hey edge... my email is adlai_*hotmail.com...
shoot me an email could ya... I just need to ask you a question that I'm concerned to post on the boards... I promise I won't stalk you... for some reason I can't send private messages...

Adlai_

Yea, I was banned from Private Messages earlier today.
Send an e-mail to the webmaster of this site and let him know.
It was fixed pretty quickly after I let him know.

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